On average one Coalition bomb, missile or artillery shell struck Raqqa every eight minutes in August – with local monitors reporting a devastating toll on civilians
The Coalition tells Airwars its goal is ‘zero civilian casualties’ in Iraq and Syria. But monitors, analysts and NGOs paint a different picture.
At least 120 Russian casualty events have already been alleged for April – a steep rise with grim implications for Syria’s civilians
New Amnesty study finds “compelling evidence” that 300 civilians died in just 11 Coalition strikes in Syria
Research by Latif Habib and Kinda Haddad CENTCOM has conceded 14 additional civilian deaths from US military actions in the war Read More
The United States has conceded five fresh civilian casualty incidents in Iraq and Syria which between them killed eight or Read More
Major Developments 6.548 Coalition airstrikes had been carried out to the end of August 2015 according to an Airwars count. Of these, Read More
Additional reporting by Kinda Haddad and Latif Habib A newly-declassified CENTCOM document – published by Airwars and international media partners for the first time today Read More